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TrainACE Releases White Paper That Examines Notable Differences In CASP vs. CISSP Certifications

First publicized white paper explores two security certifications

GREENBELT, Md., Nov. 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TrainACE, a leading and internationally recognized provider of IT training, has ramped up their resources yet again. About a year ago TrainACE brought free cyber security training webinars to the public and now white papers have joined the free resources provided by this leading training organization. These white papers are written by TrainACE's own staff and subject matter experts who have years of training and experience in the fields which they write about. Topics are chosen by researching the most relevant and up-to-date areas being talked about by IT professionals. These important topics are then conceptualized and brought to industry professionals in easy to read, relevant, research style white papers.

The first publicized white paper explores two security certifications, CASP and CISSP. CompTIA's CASP is newly created and filled with the practical knowledge needed by cyber security professionals. Since it is so new, people are still pondering over whom the exam is best fit for and how it can be strategically placed into the IT certification puzzle. This particular white paper, "Examining the Notable Differences in CASP vs. CISSP", answers the questions many people have regarding the two certifications and explains how the exams actually work quite efficiently when paired hand-in-hand.

Be on the lookout for more topics to be added to the TrainACE White Paper page in the near future.

TrainACE is a renowned IT certification training leader. TrainACE has received international awards from many respected professional organizations that have recognized their commitment to training excellence. TrainACE is known as one of the few training vendors in the world that produces custom, five day, hands-on information assurance and advanced security classes. Many of these classes of which can be further customized and fitted to better accommodate the specific training needs of any organization or objective. TrainACE has proudly been training IT professionals since 2001. For more information about their white papers, free training webinars and training classes, visit their website http://www.trainace.com

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